Netherlands Embassy in Dublin Ireland
Currently in the spotlights
Corporate executives, researchers and representatives of the Health Department gathered in the Westin Hotel in Dublin to share their views on Healthy Ageing on 31 March 2014.
Dutch voters who reside outside the Netherlands can cast their vote for the election of the European Parliament and for the election of the House of Representatives. On 22 May 2014 election will take place for the European Parliament. Voters must be registered with the municipal executive of The Hague.
ZrMs Johan de Witt and ZrMs Amsterdam visited Dublin from 11 untill 14 April. A reception was held on board of ZrMs Johan de Witt with around 150 Irish and Dutch guests attending. Both the commodore Rob Kramer and the Netherlands Ambassador Paul Schellekens welcomed everyone in their speeches.
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16 April 2014 The Embassy will be closed on Good Friday and Easter Monday 18 and 21 April.
25 March 2014 The world is becoming a safer place. During the Nuclear Security Summit (NSS 2014) in The Hague, 58 world leaders made concrete agreements to prevent terrorists getting their hands on nuclear material that could be used to make a nuclear weapon. This will further reduce the threat of a nuclear attack.
- Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte on NSS 2014: ‘Making the world a bit safer’
- European Parliamentary Elections 2014: voting by Dutch nationals abroad
- ‘Speed dating’ and economic diplomacy highlights of Ambassadors’ Conference
- New passports and ID cards for adults valid for 10 years
- Dutch ambassadors back home for a few days